Reading responses:dalit women talk differently

Part A In the Dalit Women Talk Differently, the argues out that women have stopped being dormant in the society. The author says that the Dalit women’s history is taken to be the basis of the standpoint of the feminism. The author supports the argument by saying that, in the era of rebuilding of patriarchy which was based on social reforms and women being guarded as the custodians of the culture of the Indians which was regarded high, was also the era of urgency of the movements which was conscientized by Ambedkar and Phule which resulted to participation of Dalit women in social change and politics shooting to the peak, implying that Dalit women stopped being dormant in the society and became active (Gupta, 2014, p. 663). Both the direct and indirect struggles that the Dalit women went through for a long time was very crucial in understanding their rights to talk differently as the women of Dalit. This implies that there was a shift in epistemology of social protest based on historiography. All these imply the authenticity of the standpoint of the Dalit feminism.
The author also argues out that in Dalit, women theory of standpoint is highly determined by the politics based on the tradition of the Satya Shodhak and also the perspective of Ambedkarite. Due to this reason, the author says that there is an urge of reclaiming Ambedkar by using his analysis based on the facts of theory so as to understand the concept of patriarchy based on the patriarchy of the Brahmanical and how efficient it works. The author also argues out that Ambedkar approach is very crucial since it assists in producing a creative structure that an alliance with liberatory political missions between the women or rather the feminism and anticaste gatherings can be engaged within the vicinity.
The key concepts that are being used include the best practice that shows that there is an existence of evidence that supports a certain decision, practice and so forth. It also reflects a certain idea. Like in the case of Dalit Women Talk Differently, the author says that women stopped being dormant in the society and became so active. This is evident by the era of rebuilding the patriarchy which was based on social reforms as feminist were regarded as custodians of the culture and the participation of Dalit women was peak in the era of movements conscientized by Ambedkar and Phule.
The writing strategy that is used in Dalit Women Talk Differently includes the use of historical archives. This is the use of historical records to refer certain activities. Like in the case of Dalit, by the use of Ambedkar analysis based on his theory, is a good example of historical archives.
Part B
The reading contribute to the understanding of the key question since it gives detailed information about Dalit women, it supports the key point by referring to the past activity like in the case of Ambedkar which is referred to the politics, it gives out comprehensive information about the Dalit women and hence, making the argument to be convincing.
Gupta, C. (2014). Intimate Desires: Dalit Women and Religious Conversions in Colonial India. Journal of Asian Studies, 73(3), 661-687. doi: 10. 1017/S0021911814000400